CONTENTS OF THE FALL 2003 ISSUE.

POETRY.

Ark in the Field

by Joyce Peseroff

A Trip

Private Parts in Public Places

by Steve Orlen

When Imagination Is the Runaway

by Renee Soto

Love & Distance

by Melissa Stein

Sun Stylus, Montgomery

by Jim Murphy

Radical Absence

by Gretl Claggett

Instructions on How to Leave Me

by Rhett Iseman

Anniversary

by Chard deNiord

Living Alone

by Kirsten Anderson

Bruise

by Roxanne Halpine

Is Resurrection of the Dead Possible?

by Heidi Czerwiec Blitch

Millennium Jukebox

by Alex Soldofsky

Daniel’s Prophecy

by Richard Jackosn

Fishing: Hobby or Film Noir?

The Small Permanent Ghost of Uncertainty

by Patrick Moran

The Laws of Reflection Always Apply

by Michelle Turner

To Be Mimed

Peccadillo

by Mary Ruefle

FICTION.

Grange

by Benjamin Jahn

Fence Money

by Amy Staehr

Looking for Greywolf

by William Harrison

The Garden of the World

by Lawrence Coates

Animal Shelter

by Teresa S. Mathes

Geronimo

by Brock Clarke

Frequently Asked Questions

by William Tyree

STAFF OF THE REVIEW.

Editor

Jim Clark

Assistant editors

Terry Kennedy, Brandon Rauch

Fiction editor

J.T. Hill

Assistant fiction editor

Jeremy Noller

Poetry editor

Angie DeCola

Assistant poetry editor

Marcus Slease

Editorial board

Fred Chappell, Stuart Dischell, H.T. Kirby-Smith, Michael Parker, Porter Shreve, Lee Zacharias

Editorial assistants

Paul Crenshaw, Melissa Roth
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